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Posted 01 May 2013 - 12:13 AM

Have you looked at any other sites along your Great Circle?

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It appears to pass over part of Ireland and then over Canada, along the St Lawrence river/seaway. Over Quebec City, Montreal, Toronto, Cleveland, Columbus, Nashville.... Then leaves North America near Guadalajara.

That means it passes over a whole bunch of North American farmlands.

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Posted 01 May 2013 - 04:30 PM

View PostDieChecker, on 01 May 2013 - 12:13 AM, said:

Have you looked at any other sites along your Great Circle?

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It appears to pass over part of Ireland and then over Canada, along the St Lawrence river/seaway. Over Quebec City, Montreal, Toronto, Cleveland, Columbus, Nashville.... Then leaves North America near Guadalajara.

That means it passes over a whole bunch of North American farmlands.

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Great Circles go right round the earth so do align to many places some of which may also be important


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Posted 02 May 2013 - 04:41 AM

View Postlaver, on 01 May 2013 - 04:30 PM, said:

Great Circles go right round the earth so do align to many places some of which may also be important

So, essentially it is up to an individual who views the "Great Circle" to assign importance to areas, by choice.
Here, you  do not choose to assign importance to places in Canada, or America. Why not?

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 05:50 AM

assuming crop circles are real communication from e.ts. i dont disregard some may very well be real, where better to lay them out than in England. for obvious reasons. and no im not british.

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 06:23 AM

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where better to lay them out than in England. for obvious reasons.
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thing is sheepy, they're not even being laid out in the RIGHT part of britain.
just the warm part.
the OP seems to be fixated at the idea that the areas around amesbury & avebury are somehow more 'mystical' (although, why ET would be interested in paganisn gods only knows!), when they aren't. avebury & stonehenge were among the last monuments built in britain, by foreign migrants (the beaker people of mainland europe), and then quietly abandoned shortly thereafter. there are barrows, monoliths & circles that are thousands of years older and more venerable. and if profusion were the important factor, then scotland would be focal point (there are over 50 stone circles around aberdeen alone) for cereology, but the simple fact is, it rains a lot in scotland, not so much in wiltshire, so, lots of crop circles in wiltshire, non in scotland.


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Posted 02 May 2013 - 06:47 AM

shroom,
i should have wrote UK rather than england,. however generally speaking that area of the world . i suppose whatever area was circle worthy , having fields  with grass to press. its all quite speculative in any case.
ive been to london several times,.. i always go to see stonehenge or try to. have you ever noticed that stone in the center that looks like its fitted into another one? oh while i have you can you tell me about that story of those hippies that are said to have vanished there back in the 70's? everything i found on the story usually sais the same thing almost verbatum too. i know theres that fence around stonehenve now but being from the uk can you elaborate on that event. did it really happen or just legend? assuming you know of it of course.

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 07:28 AM

sorry sheepy, I can't help you with the stone in the centre that looks like it fitted into another one without a better description/location. I know stonehenge intimately, going twice a year to celebrate the solstices, when it's open to the public, with full access to the circle, not just the outside, but I may be able to help you with the disappearing hippie myth.....
during the '70's, there was a tv sci-fi drama called 'quatermass', the story of which centred around a group of hippy-like 'sky people' who would gather in stone circles, only to be vapourised by the huge energies released there, turning them into little piles of ash. I think that could be some kind of half-remembered tale that your legend sprang from?
maybe?
(sorry I couldn't be of more help!)
there was also a terrifying kids tv programme (well, it WAS the 1970's, before tv watchdogs made us all squeamish!) called 'the children of the stones, which featured (at avebury I think?) stones that moved and absorbed people, and maybe that had something to do with it too....?

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 07:56 AM

awshux,.. oh well that puts a closure to that one. there are some great stories of people who just vanished in mid air from over your  neck of the woods. dont worry i wont ask you about them all . id like to though :innocent: . some of them have quite a bit of coverage around them. seems there is some strange areas over there. the 2nd one on here ive read alot about.  
http://paranormal.ab.../a/aa060903.htm  
def interesting in any case.

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 07:57 AM

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Great Circles go right round the earth so do align to many places some of which may also be important
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that's also the problem with ley-lines.
draw a straight line of any considerable distance, and statistically, it will pass over a significant site, and a circle that goes around the earth is just a 17,000 mile straight line, which will obviously pass over some sites of significance.
what you end up with is a severe case of conformation bias, where you postulate a theory, and look upon anything, random chance events included, as 'proof' that your theory is correct, when it isn't.

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 08:12 AM

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http://paranormal.ab.../a/aa060903.htm  
def interesting in any case.
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VERY interesting!
people disappearing is really creepy. just winking out of existence, forever, with no apparrent reason is more than a little unsettling!
not a bad site either, i've bookmarked it so I can go through it with a fine-tooth comb when I jump in the bath!
thanks!
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Posted 02 May 2013 - 08:34 AM

View Postshrooma, on 02 May 2013 - 08:12 AM, said:

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VERY interesting!
people disappearing is really creepy. just winking out of existence, forever, with no apparrent reason is more than a little unsettling!
not a bad site either, i've bookmarked it so I can go through it with a fine-tooth comb when I jump in the bath!
thanks!
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glad you like it. i can read this stuff all day , well all night. theres a book recently published called missing 411. a cop who worked in i think yosemite national park for years . he wrote reports on hundreds of strange missing persons cases that couldnt be solved.  he states that people go missing on a more than normal basis and the information is kept hush. these arent youre local town parks but hundreds of miles wide parks covering vast terrain. people kids go missing from plain view and turn up hundreds of miles away in some cases not able to recall anything. not showing physical abuse, just baffling . many are never found. dead or alive. apparently this guy  had death threats when he tried to get the informatiin of missing persons reports to make public for his book. just a simple park ranger who couldnt deal with these strange events anymore first hand and wanted to make the info known to people. ive yet to read it but since youre interested in the topic do check it out. he is on youtube doing an interview somewhere discussing the books synopsis.  
the other fascinating case is that of granger tyler (nothing to do with the above), if youre into ufo phenom. its one of the most interesting cases sunce he has never been found and left a note about ......
  http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2012/10/the-strange-disappearance-of-granger-taylor/

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 08:47 PM

The last 3 in this picture are pretty badass. Since im not from the area and dont hear of these until they start making there way on the net weeks later its hard to speculate just how mysterious they really are. If someone did make them id have to say epic skills. Id like to think people are not responsible ..  

http://www.world-of-...rop-circles.jpg



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Posted 03 May 2013 - 02:07 PM

View PostSheep Smart, on 02 May 2013 - 08:47 PM, said:

The last 3 in this picture are pretty badass. Since im not from the area and dont hear of these until they start making there way on the net weeks later its hard to speculate just how mysterious they really are. If someone did make them id have to say epic skills. Id like to think people are not responsible ..  

http://www.world-of-...rop-circles.jpg

The top right crop circle picture is a twin circle design which replicates the ancient twin circles, with vesica piscis shape in the middle, that the author David Furlong discovered on the Marlborough Downs in Wiltshire UK . David Furlong wrote a book about his discovery 'The Keys to the Temple' which he shows has geometric links to the Great Pyramid in Egypt. This twin circle design on the landscape seems to date to at least 3300BCE, some 5000 years ago,the date of Avebury one of the markers on the circles. This area is the centre of crop circle activity. If you Google him and his book his website will give you some details, worth a look as the focal point he identified, a place called Temple Farm, is a focal point for the Great Circle geometry that locates 5 of the Churches of Revelation listed at the start of the last book of the bible. This great circle then goes to the Sea of Galilee at Magdala, of Mary Magdalene fame. Temple Farm is named after the Knights Templar who had a major base at this location just under a thousand years ago and were closely linked to Mary of Magdala. This is all factual information and as the landscape geometry has now been found and gives the great circle from Temple Farm which has positive links to the Book of Revelations it poses the question....is this a time of Revelation?


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Posted 06 May 2013 - 02:03 AM

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Thank you very much for the info, ill def check into it.
I have a hard time figuring these intricate circles above, the other one was back In 2002 I believe, with the alien and binary code. The details are so intricate. I suspect one would have a major problem during the day let alone the night. In any case stellar.

This be the one
The only thing I question would be the square perimeter outlining. I doubt a more sophisticated mind would need to stay guided.

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Posted 06 May 2013 - 10:11 AM

View PostSheep Smart, on 06 May 2013 - 02:03 AM, said:

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Thank you very much for the info, ill def check into it.
I have a hard time figuring these intricate circles above, the other one was back In 2002 I believe, with the alien and binary code. The details are so intricate. I suspect one would have a major problem during the day let alone the night. In any case stellar.

This be the one
The only thing I question would be the square perimeter outlining. I doubt a more sophisticated mind would need to stay guided.

The square perimeter you mention could be a guide to the importance of lines as comes out of the ancient landscape geometry discovered by David Furlong and leading to alignments of very ancient sacred sites noteably in the Holy Land. If you look carefully you will see that the circle of binary information is not quite aligned to the square perimeter the centre being just to one side if the perimeter was to pass through the circle. This 'near miss' is a feature of the ancient landscape geometry as sacred sites are placed along bearing lines. This is very noticable with the sites chosen at the start of the Book of Revelations; of the 7 churches chosen the last 5 follow a bearing of 110 degrees from David Furlong's focal point at Temple Farm, just over the hill from Avebury. The first 2 churches align to the Great Pyramid and other important ancient sites. The 110 degree bearing line leaves the last church at Laodicea and goes to the Sea of Galilee at Magdala the place associated with the messenger of Jesus, Mary Magdalene.
The Book of Revelations Chapter 1 verse 20 tells us that there is a 'secret meaning' in the 7 churches and it is clear beyond all reasonable doubt that this 'secret meaning' is the alignment of these locations when you know where to take a bearing line from...Temple Farm in Wiltshire.. the world centre of crop circle activity.

Many crop circle designs have as a base two or more overlapping circles like the David Furlong discovery dating back at least 5000 years and many have Mayan connections whose calendar has just ended after 5000 years.

Hence it would be reasonable to ask if this is a time of Revelation?





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